It's not clear yet whether William Ulmer will be primarily recruited as a quarterback or an athlete but he definitely looks to be a highly-regarded prospect.
The Washington (D.C.) St. John's College High quarterback has a world of potential and has consistently run the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds at the camps he has attended this summer.
He has gotten a lot of feedback on his skills as a quarterback, some positive and some words of constructive criticism, and with early offers from Boston College, Maryland and Syracuse, Ulmer can rightly be called one of the Mid-Atlantic's top 2014 prospects.
Earlier this summer Ulmer attended a camp at Boston College and he picked up an offer from the Eagles shortly after that.
"That following week he actually went to Maryland on Wednesday for their camp," his father, William Ulmer Sr., said. "They offered him right after the camp."
Ulmer just recently camped at North Carolina and Virginia. Both of those ACC schools seem interested, too, but they haven't offered him yet.
What's next for the 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback?
"He's actually getting ready to head up to West Virginia on Saturday. We actually just called one of their coaches to verify that he was coming up. We'll probably do West Virginia and then shut it down for the summer."
Two-a-days at St. John's start on August 1.